Agriculture, Bioeconomy and EnvironmentTowards sustainable food systems and climate-neutral cycles
The research and innovation actions planned by the EU focus on the interplay between biodiversity, food, health, water and climate, and on restoring healthy and resilient ecosystems by 2030. The European Green Deal and the EU Biodiversity Strategy aim to bring about ecological recovery and rebalancing with regard to agricultural and forestry systems.
The transition to sustainable food systems is one of the keys to addressing these challenges and it brings environmental, health and social benefits. The Farm-to-Fork strategy aims to enable the transition to fair, healthy and climate and environmentally friendly food systems.
In the area of circular economy and bioeconomy, integrated circular solutions for biogenic material flows and value chains are promoted, including solutions for sustainable bio-based systems, sustainable forestry, small-scale rural bio-solutions and aquatic value chains. Regarding a clean environment, the goal of "zero pollution" is a top priority.
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